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Am I Close Enough?

Am I Close Enough?
Steve and I had a lot of fun walking through the livestock barns at the Jackson County Fair a couple of weeks ago. We found that the goats were very friendly and curious and had us constantly laughing at their antics! This silly Alpine goat wasn't sure how close it should be for a nice close-up, so when Steve asked for a nice pose, she happily came up and put her nose on the lens of his camera! :D

Alpine goats are a dairy breed which was first bred in French Alps. Because they produce a large amount of milk, they are often found at commercial dairy farms. They are also popular because they thrive in many types of climates, maintaining good health and production.

If you would like to know more about these goats, the Alpines International Club has a very nice website. Wiki also has a nice page here: Wiki: Alpine Goat

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